Aaron Kaiser raised to 135,000 from the cutoff and Oscar Kemps called from the button. A short-stacked Jason Weber three-bet shoved from the small blind for his last 790,000 and Andrey Zaichenko quickly released his big blind.
One minute passed while Kaiser pondered his action. And then another. And another.
The time piled up while Kaiser tanked for almost five minutes total. Ultimately, he opted to release his hand, putting a decision on Kemps. He announced a call and the hands were turned over.
The flop came down , pairing Kemps' king and giving him the lead in the hand. The fell on fourth, meaning Weber needed an ace or a ten on the river to stay alive. The finished the board and Weber was eliminated from play. Kemps took down the pot and now has 3.965 million in chips.